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Book: Taking in Strays - Leadership Lessons from Unexpected Places by Lisa H. Harrington
"Lisa's perspective differs from many so-called management gurus because it focuses on our shared basic humanity. She exhorts us first to be the best people we can be, then lead by example. In this era of bottom-line-driven management decisions, Lisa's management with a heart approach is a breath of fresh air." -Laura Mazzuca Toops, editor, American Agent & Broker
 
Book: Call Me Purple by Jim Parsons
Writing this book has not been a labor of love or a desire to become independantly wealthy, but simply a personal account of my years spent in the restaurant industry and growth as a husband, Father, and fellow human being. The book's main theme is diversity in all it's forms. From the particular guests, employees, managers, and all who will always be part of life's simple pleasure, an escape [...]
 
Book: Corporate Crap - Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America by Howard Harrison
Corporate Crap: Lessons Learned from 40 Years in Corporate America takes a humorous look at the business practices that lead employees to look for new employment...like meetings, performance reviews, downsizing, and bosses from hell. And let's not forget the esteem-sapping elements like dress codes, task forces, brainstorming, and engagement surveys; flip charts, org charts, hard stops, and [...]
 
Book: Difficult People - A Practical Guide To Dealing With The 10 Main Types by Kimberly Mathews
Difficult people, pig-headed people or just plain A#%*$, pardon my French. But however you refer to them, we've all come across them at some stage. This eBook is straight to the point and deliberately written in a lighthearted, clear and easy to digest style. It will show you techniques and strategies you can use to understand and address the 10 most common types of difficult people.
 
Book: The Truth About Technology for Very Small Business by Gary Paul Bryant
The Truth About Technology for Very Small Business is a collection of refreshingly frank blog posts by business & technology writer Gary Paul Bryant. This book speaks to the technology challenges faced by very small business owners. In this book, you'll discover: Why you should quit wasting money on over-priced out-sourced IT vendors; That SEO, for very small business, is spelled B.S.; Why [...]
 
Book: Introduction Employee Behavior Modification by Robert D. Kintigh
Employee Behavior Modification Your employees should be your biggest assets and if they are not I want to help fix that with - behavior modification strategies. I guarantee that with my employee development - and training program, my human resources training courses and my leadership and - management skills education you will take your business or organization to new - profits and much higher [...]
 
Book: CAREER SUCCESS IN THE RETAIL INDUSTRY - ADVANCE FROM A PART-TIME EMPLOYEE TO MAKING OVER $250,000 PER YEAR by Amine Ayad
Success In The Retail Industry: Practical Insights to Propel Your Journey is written for retail employees, executives, and owners; employees who want to excel with retail organizations, and executives and owners who want to grow the competencies of their employees and to strengthen their businesses. It provides proven answers that deliver results and help retailers operate successful stores. Dr. [...]
 
Book: Slack - Getting Past Burnout, Busywork, and the Myth of Total Efficiency by Tom DeMarco
To most companies, efficiency means profits and growth. But what if your "efficient" company the one with the reduced headcount and the "stretch" goals is actually slowing down and losing money? What if your employees are burning out doing the work of two or more people, leaving them no time for planning, prioritizing, or even lunch? What if you're losing employees faster than you can hire them? [...]
 
Book: 9 Dangerous Ideas - Area 51 and Extra-Terrestrials by Ratzinger
If you were to Google Area 51 right now, you'll see the usual photographs, conspiracy theory videos and episodes of The X-Files. There are books, articles, videos on the web. There are also lots of stories of ex-employees who have seen glimpses of aliens, and spacecraft. But once you start to dig a little deeper, which is what I've already done for you, dear reader...
 
Book: The Reluctant Mentor - How Baby Boomers and Millenials Can Mentor Each Other in the Modern Workplace by Lew Sauder
An engaging and informative story on mentoring between baby boomers and millennials Roger Stewart Thinks he needs to mentor his young new employee. He doesn't realize that he's only half-right. In The Reluctant Mentor, Lew Sauder and Jeff Porter have weaved a tale of a baby boomer who hires Phil, an intelligent and ambitious millennial. Roger immediately sees some differences in his young new [...]
 
Book: Pokerface by Brady S. Moore
What will you do when the chips are down? Set in 2030's Las Vegas, Pokerface follows the lives of mobsters, performers, street hustlers, cops, vigilantes, and casino employees as they all attempt to coexist and hide their dirty secrets from one another. It is a cautionary tale of deception, revenge, greed, forbidden love, and the struggle for power in the corrupt streets of "Sin City".
 
Book: EXPRESS EXEC - A novel approach to outrunning the pace of change by Gary E Brose
IS THE PACE OF CHANGE OVERWHELMING YOU? As a business owner or manager, the world keeps changing faster than most people can keep up with it. The challenge is to find a way to build your business so that it can beat that pace and gain from it while your competitors wallow far behind. Author, Gary Brose, has owned, purchased or started over two dozen companies in the last forty years. During that [...]
 
Book: Designing Work by Collin Carbno
Designing work is an exploration of factors involved in making work fulfilling for employees. Seven key attributes of work that are essential for work satisfaction are explored. Seven work types or classes of work such as craftspersons, assemble line, and knowledge worker are discussed. Four different dimensions impacting work are discussed such as automation-augmentation dimension. A total of [...]
 
Book: DRIVEN - Notes of a Neurotic Entrepreneur by Max Barnet and Hugh Aaron (Editor)
A business novel with locomotive force, rare in its honest presentation of the drama of business. The author holds nothing back in this story about running a small manufacturing company. He writes of the double dealings, the betrayals and petty dishonestys, as well as the acts of generosity, trust and loyalty that occur in his relationships with his employees, his customers, the bank, his [...]
 
Book: The Days After (Far View) by J. Richardson
In Washington D.C., the plans were set far in advance for the evacuation of the government employees, in the event of a catastrophic event. Maggie and Will find themselves hustled away from their Whitehouse office to a promised safe location, headed for an unknown destination and an unknown future. In the days after a complete power grid failure will the couple find haven? Or will they find an [...]
 
Book: Papa Norm's Common Sense Book of Wisdom by Norman Yerke
This book was written for parents, teenagers, college students and, of course, people in business. It is recommended that parents buy a copy of this book for their high school juniors and seniors, and for their children in college. This book will help them become more prepared to enter the world after they graduate. It will certainly help them in their difficult university years away from home. [...]
 
Book: The Killer Trees (Richard Paladin Series) by David E. Manuel
A logging company's employees have been turning up mysteriously dead. Terrorist tree-huggers seem the likeliest culprits, and when what's at stake is a contract to fell a national forest in Oregon and the President of the United States just happens to be good friends with that company's CEO it's time to send in Richard Paladin, America's top Environmental Protection Agent. But Paladin may just [...]
 
Book: Love Stinks (Marissa Scott mystery) by Jeffrey Marks
In this prequel to the Malice Domestic Grant-winning title, The Scent of Murder, cosmetic manager Marissa Scott must contend with the arrival of Steve Douglas, a local man made good in Hollywood. Steve's in town to promote his new fragrance, Perchance, and his latest film. When Steve keels over at the store in front of hundreds of fans, the police step in to solve the murder. However, Marissa [...]
 
Book: All in A Day's Work by J.D. Kennedy
Regina is the Office Manager and a fly on the wall at a small but successful Public Relations agency in New York City. While some people have to deal with pompous bosses and office politics Regina is coping with a cross-dressing Vice President, promiscuous co-workers, cantankerous clients and the occasional drug peddling intern. After a senior account executive's death at his desk goes virtually [...]
 
Book: Uncomplicate Business - All It Takes Is People, Time, and Money by Howard Farran
A bold, useful, uncomplicated guide to mastering the three keys of business success In this practical book, Dr. Howard Farran shows that running a business isn't all that complicated--if, you're focusing on the right three areas: -People: maximizing the potential of employees, customers, and yourself. -Time: mastering the efficiency that helps a business turn the biggest profit possible. -Money: [...]
 
Book: Snow White's Slide - Adventure Trek 1 by Edith Parzefall
Karo Schenkenberg runs her own company with a firm hand, too firm according to her employees. For her birthday, they present their formidable boss with a team building adventure trek. Too proud to turn down the challenge, Karo heads for the mountains. Martin Sander leads the adventure treks and loves to play master and commander of arrogant city slickers. When he locks horns with Karo, he enjoys [...]
 
Book: Being a Big 4 employee - Truth can be told without using fiction by Jatin Nasa
I am a chartered accountant from New Delhi, India. This story is the account of my rise and fall as a star performer in a Big 4 organization. The political world of consultancy is full of fake faces with flashy smiles wearing Armani suits. They say big things but actually have a little heart to go with it. Beware! Before you get trapped in this world of self-centered little creeps with ego of a [...]
 
Book: Degenerates by Neil Ostroff
Remember to breathe while reading, and keep repeating, it's only a book, it's only a book! A cold-blooded psychopath with gruesome tastes for twisted pleasures is out there. Undeniably genius, this psychopath kills anywhere at any time with seeming randomness. Police officer Aaron Miller receives the shock of his career when the mayor unwittingly assigns him the case. A chance encounter leads him [...]
 
Book: Jan's Families by Barb McIntyre
It takes her a few years, but Jan succeeds in making a new life for herself after her husband dies and she loses the hair salon she has owned and operated for over twenty years. With the help and support of her longtime employees, who have become close friends, she finds rewarding work, and becomes part of a new family, Years of often painful, but eventually successful, treatment for leukemia [...]
 
Book: Nimmu and Missing Friend by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
READ - A TRUE STORY WITH REAL INCIDENTS AND REAL CHARACTERS - This is story of Nimmu, a 6th grade student, whose family moves from a city to a village. He undergoes initial struggle to cope up with the new atmosphere, however as the days progress, he gets new friends and wins his close friend. At the end of the year due to certain choices and decision, he misses his close friend. After Reading [...]
 
Book: The Company That Everyone Left by Daniel de Filippis
Here there be Zombies and other monsters. First day, new job, new Company. Introduce New Guy, a young man with a peculiar view on life that finds himself catapulted in the crazed workings of The Company, its denizens and its horrors. In a surreal and over-the-top tale of contemporary company life, New Guy must contend with strange beings, and stranger policies, of all sorts. From the mysterious [...]
 
Book: Sleer Campaign by John Rogers
After accepting her dream position in a biotechnology company, Riva Scardini is confronted by secrets surrounding her live-in boyfriend and her fellow employees. As she exposes the secrets she is swept into a world dominated by malevolent individuals with tremendous influence over corrupt politicians, governmental officials, federal agencies, international conglomerates and innocent, or naive, [...]
 
Book: The Plague of Pyridian (The Other Worlds Book 2) by S.K. Holder
It has been three weeks since Connor arrived home from Narrigh and he's looking for answers. He believes his brother, Luke, is hiding something from him and his fears are confirmed when he follows him to the company who created The Quest of Narrigh game: Tridan Entertainment. While there, he meets Ted Carthy, a games developer. Ted introduces him to Tridan Entertainment's latest release, the [...]
 
Book: Deadly Reception by C.M. Albrecht
Chef Merle Blanc, he has the nose. And when millionaire Bernard Goldberg dies during his wedding luncheon in the chef's restaurant, Chef Blanc's nose, he smells the murder! What greater insult for Chef Blanc than that someone would be so callous as to commit a murder in his restaurant during a wedding reception he has so painstakingly prepared. But the doctors and police believe Goldberg's death [...]
 
Book: Dead in a Park - Leah Norwood Mystery #2 by B. L. Blair
When Leah Norwood finds the body of Donald Collins in the city park, she doesn't know he is a distant relative. Young Donnie was a jewel thief and a career criminal. Hidden in the lining of his suit jacket was an exact replica of a ring that has been in Leah's family for over a hundred years. After her home is burglarized, the sexy chief of police is convinced the ruby ring has something to do [...]
 


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